They've every intention to create "sequels to its bestselling" properties, just as Nordic have done with the "other two publishing labels." DreamCatcher filed bankrupt this year.
JoWood was DreamCatcher's parent company but when it went bust they soon followed. Luckily Nordic Games has been able to pick up the pieces and rescue their brands and licenses.
"We are very happy that we were able to close the deal according to our internal schedule. After the incorporation of the “JoWooD” and “The Adventure Company” publishing label, “DreamCatcher” is the third and last to follow for the time being," said Nordic Games Holding AB CEO, Lars Wingefors.
“Our approach is to assess the performance of DreamCatcher’s portfolio through back-catalogue sales, and as a consequence develop sequels to its bestselling brands and licenses, just as we did with our other two publishing labels," Wingefors elaborated. DreamCatcher began in 1996 as a small publisher based in Ontario, Canada.
Are you happy to see JoWood and DreamCatcher pulled from the fire, video gamer?